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KING RAT

By on August 1, 2010 in Wildlife Category

In the animal kingdom man and dog have enjoyed a long and cherished love affair. But man and rat? Not so much. However, thanks to some clever work being done by the giant African pouched rat, the animals’ soiled reputation might soon be due for an overhaul.

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WAY OUT THERE

From the Sentinelese of the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean, to the “Tree House Tribe” of Papua New Guinea, the world still offers a few unknown cultural gems that have been hidden from even the most seasoned adventure travelers.

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UNDER THE KNIFE

If you think that everything from intricate brain operations to delicate nose jobs and other surgeries of all kinds are inventions of modern medicine… think again. The art and science of surgery on humans was developed and widely practiced thousands of years ago.

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WOMEN ON TOP

Unless you are a fearless woman, no need to read further. This is regarding a climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro for women only and men need not apply.

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FINAL FRONTIERS

By on July 1, 2010 in Travel Category

Sometimes it seems as if we have the world at our fingertips and there aren’t many more original travel dreams left to be had. So what exactly does the future of travel hold for us? The answer is, a lot. Big plans are in the works.

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